Psalm 28:7 The Lord is my strength and my shield; my heart trusted in him, and I am helped: therefore my heart greatly rejoiceth; and with my song will I praise him. Please note my song. Psalm 40:3a And he hath put a new song in my mouth, even praise unto our God: One thing lacking in modern Christianity is singing. The song service is rushed through, preformers replace congregational singing and electronic devices replace everyday singing. I remember as a youngster hearing people sing, whistle, or hum during the day’s activities. This is largely replaced by listening rather than making music. It used to be common for the family to gather round the piano or other instruments and join in song. A favorite service was the church sing, not the current concert. But to the point: my song. What is your song? If you have the talent have you written a song of praise to Jesus Christ for what he has done for YOU. If you don’t have the talent have you found a song that resonates in your soul for what the Almighty has done for you? God wants to hear it from your lips.God loves singing. God loves and deserves your praise. God will rejoice over us with singing and love according to Zephaniah 3:17. Psalm 22:3 says that God inhabits praise. Every salvation experience is different. You may be the woman at the well or the publican in the tree. You may be the child with the palm branch or the Pharisee meeting Christ in secret. You may be one born blind or one impoverished by physicians. Whoever you are you have a unique song of praise. Sometimes a happy couple will say they are playing our song! What joy it is when the redeemed sinner can say with his Lord and Savior that is OUR song that is what you did for me.